Figure to rise even further over next few years

UK to have over 6m iPhones by the end of 2010

6.4 million Brits will have an iPhone By the end of this year, according to new forecasts from research firm MobileSquared.

That’s up 195 per cent from the 2.17 million at the end of 2009, according to the company’s number-crunching.

It claims that by the end of this year, iPhone will account for 7.9 per cent of all active mobile devices in the UK, rising to around ten per cent by the end of 2012.

"The iPhone is still providing a lot of excitement for UK consumers to the extent that one mobile device in every ten used in the UK will be an iPhone at the end of 2012," says MobileSquared’s Gavin Patterson.

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